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API - Salzburg Global Seminar Collaboration

The Salzburg Global Seminar was begun in 1947 by three graduate students at Harvard University as a means of bringing together young Europeans and Americans from countries recently at war to engage in intellectual dialogue. In the 60 years since its establishment, the Salzburg Global Seminar has evolved and expanded both the breadth of countries from which its participants (Fellows) come as well as the issues that serve as the focus of its programs. To date, more than 25,000 individuals from from more than 150 countries have attended Seminar sessions.

In an effort to flow with the tide of globalization, the Salzburg Global Seminar decided to reach out beyond Europe and the U.S., to Asia, the Middle East and Africa. A few years ago, they identified API Community as a fine pool of intellectuals in Asia and started to plan a new partnership. After a series of discussions, a new scheme has been developed in which selected API Fellows can participate at the Salzburg Global Seminar starting from the year 2008.

For more information of the Seminar, please visit their website at: http://www.salzburgseminar.org.


Objective

To provide the opportunities for the API Fellows to expand their intellectual capacities by exposing themselves to world intellectual leaders and encouraging the API Fellows to convey the messages and voice of Asia.

Benefits

Those selected will be provided with a round trip air ticket and accommodation by the Salzburg Global Seminar.

Please note that once granted, he or she will be a fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar. In other words, all the arrangements will be done by the Seminar; neither by the CI nor by The Nippon Foundation. All conditions and benefits provided to him/her are preset according to the rules within the Seminar.

Obligation

Participants are required to submit a report of the Seminar in which they participants, to The Nippon Foundation and may be requested to write an article for the API Newsletter.

Application

Announcement will be sent by The Nippon Foundation via E-list.

Awardees 2008

Patrick D. Flores (Philippines Fellow Year 2004-2005)
participated in session 453:
Achieving the Freer Circulation of Cultural Artifacts
(May 9-14, 2008)

Prangtip Daorueng (Thailand Fellow Year 2001-2002)
participated in session 455:
Peace-Making and Peace Building: Securing the Contributions of Women and Civil Society
(September 7-12, 2008)

Heru Susetyo (Indonesia Fellow Year 2006-2007)
participated in session 457:
The International Role of Islamic Law: Searching for Common Ground
(October 25-30, 2008)

Chan Chee Khoon (Malaysia Senior Fellow Year 2004-2005)
participated in session 460:
New Models of Intellectual Property: Predictability and Openness as Spurs to Innovation
(December 7-12, 2008)

Awardees 2009

Jesus M. Santiago (Philippines Fellow Year 2005-2008)
participated in session 461:
Traduttore Traditore? Recognizing and Promoting the Critical Role of Translation in a Global Culture
(February 21 - 26, 2009)

Lim Mah Hui (Malaysia Fellow Year 2007-2002)
participated in session 462:
The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Majoy Currencies and a New Monetary Order
(April 18-22, 2009)

Tan Pek Leng (Malaysia Fellow Year 2003-2004)
participated in session 465:
Smart Change: Investing in Women and Girls Leveraging Philanthropy for Global Impact
(October 18-23, 2009)

Persida V. Rueda-Acosta (Philippines Senior Fellow Year 2003-2004)
participated in session 465:
Smart Change: Investing in Women and Girls Leveraging Philanthropy for Global Impact
(October 18-23, 2009)

Ramon P. Santos (Philippines Senior Fellow Year 2006-2007)
participated in session 466:
Connecting to the World's Collections: Making the Case for the Conservation and Preservation of Cultural Heritage
(October 28 - November 1, 2009)

Ayame Suzuki (Japan Fellow Year 2006-2007)
participated in session 467:
Asia's Emerging Powers: Rivalry and Global Responsiblity
(December 8-13, 2009)

Awardees 2010

Theresita V. Atienza (Philippines Fellow Year 2005-2006)
participated in session 472:
Optimizing Talent: Closing Educational and Social Mobility Gaps
(October 3-8, 2010)

Fe A delos Reyes (Philippines Senior Fellow Year 2005-2006)
participated in session 474:
Health and Healthcare Seminar Series I - Reforming Health Care: Maintaining Social Solidarity and Quality in the Face of Economic, Health and Social Changes
(November 7-12, 2010)

Phua Kai Lit (Malaysia Senior Fellow Year 2003-2004)
participated in session 474:
Health and Healthcare Seminar Series I - Reforming Health Care: Maintaining Social Solidarity and Quality in the Face of Economic, Health and Social Changes
(November 7-12, 2010)

Prijono Tjiptoherijanto (Indonesia Senior Fellow Year 2007-2008)
participated in session 474:
Health and Healthcare Seminar Series I - Reforming Health Care: Maintaining Social Solidarity and Quality in the Face of Economic, Health and Social Changes
(November 7-12, 2010)

Rosalie Arcala-Hall (Philippines Fellow Year 2004-2005)
participated in session 476:
Future of Asian Security in the 21st Century
(November 28 - December 3, 2010)

Awardees 2011

Tomoko Momiyama (Japan Fellow Year 2003-2004)
participated in session 479:
Instrumental Value:The Transformative Power of Music
(April 2-6, 2011)

Chan Chee Khoon (Malaysia Senior Fellow Year 2004-2005)
participated in session 481:
Health and Healthcare Seminar Series III, Innovation in Health and Healthcare: Getting the Risk Right
(September 25-October 1, 2011)

Lim Mah Hui (Malaysia Fellow Year 2007-2008)
participated in session 478:
New Rules for Global Finance: Which Kinds of Regulation are Useful and Which are Counterproductive?
(March 8-10, 2011)

Jonas U. Baes (Philippines Fellow Year 2008-2009)
participated in session 479:
Instrumental Value:The Transformative Power of Music
(April 2-6, 2011)

Awardees 2012

Carlo Irwin A. Panelo (Philippines Fellow Year 2003 2004)
participated in session: Making Health Care Better in Low and Middle Income Economies: What are the next steps and how do we get there?
(April 22-27, 2012)

Ukrist Pathmanand (Thailand Fellow Year 2008-2009)
participated in session 501:
China in the 21st Century: What Kind of Power?
(December 4-9, 2012)

Ekoningtyas Margu Wardani (Indonesia Fellow Year 2008-2009)
participated in session 501:
China in the 21st Century: What Kind of Power?

(December 4-9, 2012)

Awardees 2013

Wan Abdul Manan bin Wan Muda (Malaysia Fellow Year 2004 – 2005)
participated in session: Getting to Grips with Obesity
(June 14-17, 2013) 

Kohei Watanabe (Japan Fellow Year 2009-2010) 
participated in session: A Climate Change: New Thinking on Governance for Sustainability 
(June 23-27, 2013) 

Rina Shahriyahi Shahrullah (Indonesia Fellow Year 2007-2008) 
participated in session: Getting Transition Rights: A Right-based Approach towards Diversity and Inclusivity
(November 1-6, 2013) 

Sri Nuryanti (Indonesia Fellow Year 2001-2002) 
participated in session: Getting Transition Rights: A Right-based Approach towards Diversity and Inclusivity 
(November 1-6, 2013) 

Awardees 2014

Narumol Thammapruksa (Thailand Fellow Year 2008 – 2009)
participated in session 532: Conflict Transformation through Culture: Peace-Building and the Arts
(April 6-10, 2014)

Farina So (Cambodia Fellow Year 2012-2013)
participates in session 535: Holocaust and Genocide Education: Sharing Experiences across Borders
(June 21-26, 2014)

Mochamad Indrawan (Indonesia Fellow year 2011-2012)
participates in session 537: “Students at the Margins and the Institutions that Serve them: A Global Perspective”
(October 11-16, 2014)

Raul C. Pangalangan (Philippines Fellow Year 2012-2013)
particpates in session 541: Realizing the Right to Health: Managing Demand for Health Services under a Rights-based Approach
(November 16-21, 2014)

 




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